17 June, 2012

Lost Princess: The Journey Home by Julie Rainey

Eighteen years after two caring strangers decide to take her in, Anne must face the harsh reality that everything in her life has been a complete and utter fabrication. With the help of her friend and Protector, she sets out on a journey back home, to planet she never even knew existed. Will she be able to defeat the terrifying evil that awaits her and uncover the truth about what's really happening there before it's too late?

About the Author
Julie Rainey is a full time mom and part time novelist. Lover of rock music, science, space and the vast unknown that awaits us in the universe. She has a wonderful husband and two beautiful children who support her immensely. She lives in rural Missouri near a town no one has ever heard of. 
Her favorite author and book series has to be Orson Scott Card and the Ender Wiggins Saga. She has loved Science fiction almost as long as she has loved reading.
She loves listening to rock and loves Eminem too. Shinedown, Chevelle, Middle Class Rut, Trapt, Rise Against, Three Days Grace, all good music.
Favorite movie is The Fifth Element and favorite TV series is Eureka

Arrows, alight with flame, streaked forcefully across the serene night sky above what was left of a once peaceful nation. Some slammed harmlessly into the ground while many more pierced the flesh of combating soldiers overhead, who spent their last dying moments attempting to protect the now crumbling outer walls.

Lunaria was once a proud peaceful nation but after the treachery of the rouge Count Drakeon of Tularia, who had just recently crowned himself it’s King, the country had turned into a nation under siege, powerless against the momentous force and overwhelming numbers of the enemy army. Drakeon was the driving force behind what was now the most powerful war machine in all of Vera. Only a single kingdom on the outer edge of Eirini had been able to escape the awesome power he beheld.

Strangely enough, not so long ago, Tularia was small and weak. Its King had no interest in conquests, something that did not sit well with the Count. Drakeon could not comprehend how a King, with such a pitifully tiny dowry would not want to expand his lands and create a more worthy empire. So he devised his plan to take the crown for his own and with the unwitting help of his much younger brother Maxeon, he poisoned the King and took his place on the throne. His involvement with the diabolical scheme was never proven and the people of Tularia had no choice but to honor the new King.

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